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Dec
28
comment Network card names (eth0, eth1) missing after replacing the motherboard
@donquixote, do dmesg | grep -i eth to see anything the kernel printed about ethernet devices it had been able to activate. It might turn out the built-in network card is not supported by available drivers (unlikely but still a possibility).
Dec
28
revised Network card names (eth0, eth1) missing after replacing the motherboard
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Dec
28
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Dec
28
answered Network card names (eth0, eth1) missing after replacing the motherboard
Nov
18
revised Debian 7 - iptables 'filter' not supported?
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Nov
18
answered Debian 7 - iptables 'filter' not supported?
Nov
17
comment Debian 7 - iptables 'filter' not supported?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Nov
17
comment Debian 7 - iptables 'filter' not supported?
Is the kernel provided by the odroid project (as your kernel version string suggests)? Then try grepping the /boot/config-<your-kernel-version> file for the word CONFIG_NETFILTER_XT_MATCH_STATE -- it should be 1) not commented out, 2) assigned either "y" or "m" ("yes" vs "module") value, 3) not assigned the "n" ("no") value.
Nov
17
comment Debian 7 - iptables 'filter' not supported?
I then wonder where did you get that kernel from. Debian 7 ("Wheezy") lists these kernels for "ARM hardfloat" (armhf) arch. Even if we consider backports, that's 3.16.x, not 3.8.x. I'm afraid you might have gotten some custom-compiled kernel which misses the stuff you want.
Nov
17
comment Debian 7 - iptables 'filter' not supported?
What's your kernel version? (uname -v or -- better -- uname -a)?
Nov
17
comment Debian 7 - iptables 'filter' not supported?
What if you do modprobe xt_state? See this.
Nov
17
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Nov
10
comment Reboot / Shutdown with Gnome 3 on Debian 7
I mean, if it's a bug in GNOME 3 or some other component as shipped in Debian 7, it's a bit too late to report because the new release is approaching and I'm not sure anyone will be motivated to work on the fix for a distribution which is nearing its end of life.
Nov
10
comment Reboot / Shutdown with Gnome 3 on Debian 7
Also you might consider upgrading your system to the testing distribution (Debian 8, Jessie) -- or installing it afresh -- because it incorporates newer versions of many pieces of software, including the kernel, which might fix your problem. Jessie is "frozen" now which means that there will be no new versions of software appear in it before the release, only bugfixes, so the probability of breakage due to package updates should be almost zero.
Nov
10
comment Reboot / Shutdown with Gnome 3 on Debian 7
Does running /sbin/poweroff work for you (being run from a terminal emulator window, with the admin credentials)?
Nov
7
revised Stop screensaver and lock session on Debian by command line
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Nov
7
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Nov
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Oct
29
revised Changes to /etc/network/interfaces ignored and restored at re-boot
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Oct
29
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